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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How much does a drug rehab center cost?

 "How much does it cost?" is one of the first questions asked when someone calls a drug rehab program. The price  for drug rehab treatment depends on the type of drug rehab you choose. You need to know what is included and whats not included.

QUESTIONS TO ASK:

1.  Are you a fees-for-service program?
2. What services will your health insurance cover?
This makes it extremely difficult to compare prices. The best way to find out is to talk to one of our intake advisors. You can discuss your insurance coverage and your financial concerns and they will help you narrow down your choices and best meets your needs in the most affordable way. 
If you are seeking the best value for your treatment dollar, remember: Not every center comes with a high price tag to provide quality services. Your goal is to find a safe and secure place for your loved one that has the clients best interest at heart. Also remember that the cost of drug addiction and alcoholism, if not treated, can far exceed the cost of treatment.
What is the degree of family involvement in a drug rehab program?
 
Drug abuse and alcoholism affects the entire family, not just the alcoholic/addict. Family involvement is an important component of recovery. Some Drug rehabs vary in quality of family involvement opportunities. Some offer just a few lectures and others offer family therapy. Ask if there is any time devoted to family programs and if group therapy is included.

Treatment Types
Transitional Living with intensive outpatient is fast becoming the treatment of choice for those family's who have already tried traditional rehabs. The client has already processed many of the programs from these traditional drug programs and still is not able to stay clean. Most drug treatment programs boast "Learning living Skills" but many do not have the adequate environment for the skills to become solid.The client is saturated with clinical processes from these drug rehabs and has for the most part learned to have the proper response to clinical staff. The real test is when they leave treatment and are once again faced with the realities of life, jobs, relationships, bills, and a host of other coping skills that have either never been used well or not at all.
Residential treatment means the client lives in the center. In this kind of rehab center program, addicts and alcoholics live among each other in a residential setting (usually multi-family home or complex) where they will receive full time care from trained professional staff to assist them in addressing their addiction issues. Short-term inpatient rehab is the most common form of rehab, but not necessarily the most effective. Due to the high cost o drug rehabilitation and the limited coverage from insurance for substance abuse, 30 days is often all that insurance and/or finances will cover. However, research into addiction recovery has shown that Intensive Outpatient after the client has completed a 30 or 90 day treatment is far more effective in remolding each individual back to a functioning, sober human being.
An intensive outpatient with sober living is one area that many are choosing today both from a cost benefit and the positive outcome of long term sobriety.
Long-term or extended care rehab is also inpatient and follows the same outline as short-term inpatient rehab, but it lasts anywhere from 6 to 12 months, sometimes longer. When addiction makes life unmanageable, it does so in many different aspects of life, changing the manner in which an individual behaves, thinks, and responds. Suddenly, the subject of the addiction is the central part of an individual's life, ignoring all others including work, loved ones, health, responsibility, and morality. Drug addiction tends to destroy the brain's normal functionality very rapidly, rebuilding it is not so rapid. For this reason, long-term treatment is recommended in treating more severe addictions. There is no exact science that can correlate a particular length of time for abuse with short-term or long-term rehab. The length of abuse is a better indicator. The effects of addiction vary with each individual.
About Drug Rehab Programs

Finding the right drug rehab center is important. It is a difficult decision. Not all drug rehab centers are the same. They are quite different from each other, and few of us know exactly what to ask and to look for in a particular rehab center.
Our goal is to provide you with information about different kinds of available rehab programs so you can make the best possible choice.
When choosing a drug rehab, you need to know what best fits. That is why mens addiction treatment is here to help.
Being aware of your son's, husband or father's  specific situation, lifestyle, personal needs, beliefs, and other characteristic can be the best way to help narrow down the right drug rehab program.

 

What Are The Different Types Of Drug Rehab & Why Does It Matter?

The benefits of knowing what to expect from a substance abuse program is what we provide you. The fact is that individuals who know in advance what they're getting into do better than those who don't. The individual is simply more at comfortable when entering the facility and feels more prepared for the experience. The information below is designed to provide you a general overview of the different parts of the drug rehabilitation process. Yes, every drug treatment program is different but certain concepts and approaches are commonly found throughout most programs. Although you may not encounter all of these different approaches, concepts, or types of treatment, there is a good chance you will experience at least a few of them.